What about tourism elsewhere in Europe? Greece says it will start reopening its airports to tourists from 29 countries from 15 June. They include 16 EU countries, but not countries hit hardest by Covid-19: the UK, France, Spain and Italy Spain says that from 1 July tourists will be allowed in without having to spend 14 days in quarantine Italy plans to allow in tourists from EU countries from 3 June, when mandatory quarantine for visitors will be lifted France plans to reopen borders from 15 June, initially to tourists from Switzerland and Germany Switzerland plans to reopen its borders with France, Germany and Austria on 15 June, but not with Italy Cyprus plans to reopen its airports on 9 June to a number of countries seen as low risk, including Germany, Greece, Israel and Malta, but the UK and Russia are not among them On 28 May Croatia reopened its borders without restrictions to citizens from 10 EU countries seen as low risk, including Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic and … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Denmark and Norway exclude Sweden from tourism
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For the first time in years, the few remaining local residents of Budapest’s party district can fall asleep without a nocturnal chorus of drunken stag groups outside their windows. The sweeping expanse of Kraków’s central square is no longer teeming with tour groups, and it is possible to traverse Prague’s Charles Bridge without elbowing through hordes of selfie-takers. … [Read more...] about Glad you’re not here: stag party capitals vow to ‘do tourism differently’
The Unesco world heritage site has experienced a 28% rise in tourism in the past two years, with the mayor, Dirk De Fauw, doubting the city’s ability to cope with mounting numbers of tourists. “We have to control the influx more if we don’t want Bruges to become a complete Disneyland here,” he says. … [Read more...] about Global tourism hits record highs – but who goes where on holiday?
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